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2. (Press Releases): http://www.census.gov/Press-Release/www/releases/archives/facts_for_features_special_editions/004522.html
3. (Wikipedia): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asian_American
4. (Asian American Health): http://asianamericanhealth.nlm.nih.gov/
5. (2000 Census): (Broken Link Removed)
6. (Hmongs): http://internet128.com/index.php/archives/2004/12/18/us-census-bureau-says-hmongs-are-poor-uneducated-and-dont-speak-english/
You didn't state exactly what kind of statistics.
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Organize statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau on Asian American Diversity using a matrix Cultural Makeup
13.1 million U.S. residents are Asian or Asian in combination with other races.
943,000 U.S. residents say that they are Hawaiin or Pacific Islander or are in combination with other races.
33.4 million U.S. residents will identify themselves as only Asian by 2050, making up 8% of the population.
$52,018 is the median income of 2002 for either Asian, native Hawaiin and other Pacific Islander households.
10.2% is the poverty rate in 2002 for either Asian, native Hawaiin and other Pacific Islander households.
2.7 million Asian American residents are Chinese or Chinese in combination with one or more other races or Asian groups, making Chinese the leading Asian group.
Filipino (2.4 million) and Asian Indian (1.9 million) follow Chinese residents.
The largest Pacific islander groups are native Hawaiian (401,000) and Samoan (133,000).
47% of Asians and Pacific Islanders age 25+ have a bachelor's degree or higher.
87% of Asians and Pacific Islanders age 25+ have a high school diploma.
16% of Asians and Pacific Islanders age 25+ have an advanced degree (Ph.D., M.D., and J.D.)
75% of Asian and Pacific islander men age 16+ and 59% of women are in the civilian labor force. Among these, 41% of men and 37% of women are in managerial and professional occupations.
105,300 of physicians and surgeons who report Asian as their only race. People of this race comprise 15% of all U.S. physicians and surgeons, compared with 4% of the total population.
There are about 89,000 non-Hispanic Asian postsecondary teachers; 43,000 chief executives; 20,000 lawyers; 3,000 news analysts, reporters and correspondents; and 200 legislators.
8.3 million foreign-born residents of the U.S. were born in Asia.
48% of the foreign-born residents in the U.S. are naturalized citizens. This accounts for 37% as a whole of the population.
1.5 million of foreign-born people are originally from China.
26% of Asians and Pacific Islanders are under 18. 7% are 65 or older.
73% of Asian and Pacific Islanders households are made up of families.
70% of Asians and Pacific Islanders who are naturalized-citizens own their own homes. 57% of those born in the U.S. own their own homes.
what are you supposed to use for the "future" colomn? I'm stuck I mean wth???? What about their future? There is only two for that subject not 3.
The projected number of U.S. residents in 2050 who will identify themselves as Asian or Asian in combination with one or more other races. They would comprise 9 percent of the total population by that year.
The projected percentage increase between 2008 and 2050 in the population of people who identify themselves as Asian or Asian in combination with one or more other races. This compares with a 44 percent increase in the population as a whole over the same period of time.